Elon Musk’s move not only affected the stock market, but earlier he replaced the sticker with the NFT avatar of “Bored Ape Yacht Club”, which once again affected the virtual currency market, causing ApeCoin to skyrocket, and then plummeted because of his words, but after the vice president of Sotheby’s auction house pointed out Musk’s infringement, he also changed the sticker!
Elon Musk, the “richest man in the world”, replaced the sticker with a picture of a bored ape also caused a topic!
Musk replaced it with a personal sticker NFT created by Michael Bouhanna, vice president of Sotheby’s auctions, and later replaced it with another image due to infringement!
Bored apes are currently the highest overall value collectibles in the NFT market, and Musk replaced his personal social media headposts with a picture of many Bored Ape NFTs earlier, and a few minutes later, the ApeCoin developed by the Bored Ape creator also soared 20%, soaring from $14.40 to $17.64 to attract attention, but Musk then posted another message: “It seems a little fungible” to say that non-fungible and unique NFTs can be replaced. Ape immediately fell and recovered to $15.90, compared to its current market cap of $4.6 billion.
Musk switched to a bored ape headshot, causing his ApeCoin to skyrocket and fall
Elon Musk, the “richest man in the world,” has moved the stock market and virtual currencies
Musk changed the “Bored Ape” NFT headshot, which was later considered infringing by Sotheby’s and wanted to be deleted
However, Musk does not own the bored ape image on the picture, and Michael Bouhanna, vice president of Sotheby’s auctions, first retweeted and said, “As much as I admire your work, I want you to delete what I designed for Sotheby’s auctions, or trust me, happy to send you the original image created with the buyer’s permission.” It means that this is a headpost image inspired by Sotheby’s selling $24 million and a total of 101 bored apes, and Musk is asked to delete it!
Michael Bouhanna, vice president of Sotheby’s auctions, posted that he wanted Musk to delete the mug shot he designed!
Given that Musk used “toilet etiquette” last year to ridicule many people for promoting Web 3.0, and virtual currency founder Billy Markus believes that people now use NFTs as pictures, he responded: “NFT is a graphic dollar” Although some people think Musk hints at too much NFT issuance, some people think that he is supporting NFTs, but later he uploaded a photo of a psychiatric patient being treated by a psychologist, in which he shouted through a psychologist: “These ‘NFTs’ Are they with us now?” Ironic fantasies and people’s frenzy with NFTs.
Musk has ridiculed many people for preaching Web 3.0 with “toilet etiquette.”
The psychologist shouted, “Are these ‘NFTs’ with us now?” Innuendo is fantasy and people’s madness about NFTs
And after changing the boring ape NFT avatar to pull the ApeCoin price and causing heated discussions among the masses, Musk also changed to a headshot of his son X holding a rocket model, stopping all discussions about him and NFT! And what do you think about Musk’s change of boring ape NFT headshots to make ApeCoin skyrocket and plummet, and once again satirize NFTs?